Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on ROAM ABOUT MIKE:
. This is a photo of an atomic bomb milliseconds after detonation, shot by Harold ‘Doc’ Edgerton in 1952 through his Rapatronic (Rapid Action Electronic) Camera.  The photo was shot at night through a…

Originally posted on ROAM ABOUT MIKE:
. This is a photo of an atomic bomb milliseconds after detonation, shot by Harold ‘Doc’ Edgerton in 1952 through his Rapatronic (Rapid Action Electronic) Camera.  The photo was shot at night through a…

Thick

The thickness of the ale reflects the thickness of the voices, the people.  They sit around me these hardy souls, celebrating a life soon to pass the gilded gates.  My father’s distant family – Northerners the lot of them –

Thick

The thickness of the ale reflects the thickness of the voices, the people.  They sit around me these hardy souls, celebrating a life soon to pass the gilded gates.  My father’s distant family – Northerners the lot of them –

Silk Cuts

My grandmother’s house was a place of constant danger.  Visits were few and I came to hate them.  They placed my father on the precipice of melancholy, ushering in weeks of feebleness.  The scent of stale peas and Silk Cuts

Silk Cuts

My grandmother’s house was a place of constant danger.  Visits were few and I came to hate them.  They placed my father on the precipice of melancholy, ushering in weeks of feebleness.  The scent of stale peas and Silk Cuts

The Ashtray

The day I became an orphan, my mother handed me a paper-wrapped parcel bound in twine.  In the cool of the hospital ward she explained it was a family heirloom that became our guide in times of trouble.  Taking my

The Ashtray

The day I became an orphan, my mother handed me a paper-wrapped parcel bound in twine.  In the cool of the hospital ward she explained it was a family heirloom that became our guide in times of trouble.  Taking my